Born in Uppsala and raised in Stockholm together with his twin brother, Kristoffers mother noticed his natural talent and interest in music and helped him apply to Adolf-Fredriks School Of Music. He was classically trained for six years, learning sheet music and choir singing. Alongside with the teachings at Adolf-Fredrik, Kristoffer formed a band at the age of 11 together with his class-mate Albin Nedler. He fronted as a lead-singer and learned how to play guitar and keys. During his high-school years at Södra Latin he studied Jazz, he also cut his teeth as a street performer and wedding singer, taking odd jobs to be able to pay the rent doing what he loved - being in the studio.

He cancelled his local studies at the famed Musikmakarna academy as he got his first publishing deal in 2011 with SK Music (Savan Kotecha, Rami Yacoub, and Carl Falk) and got his first major cut on One Direction’s second album, ‘Take Me Home’. Kristoffer is currently signed to Kobalt Music.

His Musical Influences: Pearl Jam, Simon & Garfunkel, Nirvana, Michael Jackson, the Cheiron crew, as well as various classical and movie composers such as Mozart, Howard Shore, Alexandre Desplat, and Hans Zimmer.